Author | Jamie Reiter, PhD

Articles

Insomnia and Its Risks: Causes, Consequences and Treatment

June 01, 2005

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Psychiatric Reporter: Insomnia and Its Risks: Causes, Consequences and Treatment

May 01, 2005

Psychiatric Reporter:Insomnia and Its Risks: Causes, Consequences and Treatment

An Overview of Diagnostic Tools

November 01, 2002

New developments in neuroimaging and effective diagnostic tools can help obtain early diagnosis of and timely treatment for Alzheimer's disease.

Obtaining Medical Research Grants

November 01, 1999

The fiscal year (FY) 1999 budget for National Institutes of Health funding totals more than $15 billion. This figure reflects an increase of 15% over the FY 1998 budget and is $320 million less than President Clinton's requested budget for FY 2000 (Varmus, 1999). The Foundation Center reports the funding from U.S. grant-making foundations in 1998 as $15.4 billion from independent foundations, $2.37 billion from corporate foundations and $1.48 billion from community foundations (Foundation Center, 1999). Additional funds are available from the National Science Foundation (NSF), which has a $3.95 billion budget request for FY 2000, up almost 6% from FY 1999 (NSF, 1999). With all of this available funding, how can medical clinicians and researchers increase their chances of obtaining a medical grant?